|argue; discuss; consider, argument, argument; discussion, consideration, public meeting for discussion, talk or argue about something, think about something||debate|
|(Anatomy) region at the base of the skull (meeting point of the parietal, temporal, sphenoid, and frontal bones)||pterion|
|(australia) rapid speech, (australia) talk very fast||yabber|
|(British) credit transfer system between public institutions, bank transfer system, benefit check||giro|
|(British) street entertainer, one who performs music or dance in public as a way of soliciting money||busker|
|(commonly used in its plural form: graffiti) drawing or writing which has been written or painted on a wall or other surface (usually in a public area), ancient inscription, written mark on wall||graffito|
|(French) one-on-one meeting, private meeting; an intimate conversation; a confrontation; a s-shaped couch, intimate conversation for two, intimately, privately; one-on-one, type of sofa||tête-à-tête|
|(from Italian) social gathering; informal discussion on arts; social gathering to converse about a topic related to arts or science||conversazione|
|(in ancient Greece) political assembly; marketplace or public square used for public assemblies, coin worth an agora, Israeli currency unit||agora|
|(in Journalism) framed story, story or news item that is related and complementary to a main news story, judge-lawyer discussion, supplementary news story||sidebar|
|(Informal) meddle, give unasked for advice, interfere; talk, chat||kibitz|
|(Italian) plaza, public square; concourse, city square; balcony, veranda, Italian public square, open-sided passageway, porch||piazza|
|(Law) wrongdoing, trespass (especially by a public official), misconduct, nonfeasance, see also:misfeasance, unlawful act||malfeasance|
|(Mainly Scottish) chat, gossip; idle talk||claver|
|(new england) meeting of voters, meeting of inhabitants, televised gathering||town meeting|
|(Slang) complaint, point of contention; argument with another person, dispute, animal giving beef, complain (Slang), meat from cattle, meat taken from cows or bulls; vigor, strength; fattened bull||beef|
|(Slang) have a point of contention, have an issue that one wants to discuss||have an axe to grind|
|(Slang) nonsense, silliness; fraud, deception, cheat or trick, swindle (Slang), deceptive talk, trick or swindle||flimflam|
|(Slang) nonsense; impudence, insolence, foolish talk||guff|
|(Slang) resembling a sermon, resembling a religious lecture; of discussion of moral or ethical standards, giving advice in irritating way||preachy|
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